What is ILL and
when should I use it?

Interlibrary Loan (ILL) is the process by which a library requests materials from, or supplies materials to, another library. ILL is an adjunct to, not a substitute for, adequate collection development in local libraries. Use ILL to provide your patrons access to materials that are not available in your library or in your shared system. Here are the presentation slides created by by Maureen Welch, IFLS Reference & ILL Coordinator on Interlibrary Loan in Wisconsin (IFLS Style). For more, go to the FAQ page below.